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It is often said that the American society is the epitome of freedom, fun and opportunity and it is quite true. America is a diverse country with hundreds of opportunities. The United States ranks at the top in housing and ranks above average in income and wealth, health status, jobs and earnings, education and skills.

U.S. has dominated the globe in being the most popular university destination for students from all over the world. American universities are widely known for the quality of their teaching and research. The United States is the number one and largest destination for international students seeking higher education overseas. The education system in the USA is the most versatile and flexible higher education system for international students in the world.
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Australia is a dynamic, vibrant country with energetic, friendly people. Australia is ranked second on the Human Development Index which takes into account a long and healthy life, knowledge and a decent standard of living.The largest cities in Australia are Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide and it has a total population of 22 million people.

Australia is fast becoming a preferred destination in terms of education among students. Currently, this “land of kangaroos” attracts the third largest number of international students among the English-speaking countries. Australia also offers excellent value for money and a standard of living that is among the highest in the world. Living expenses and tuition costs in Australia are considerably less expensive than the UK and USA. Multicultural Australia is English-speaking and a safe and friendly society in which students can learn and travel freely.


Canada is ranked as the second best country in the world after Germany from a group of 60 countries for entrepreneurship, sustainability, cultural and economic influence and quality of life. It is the second largest country by size with the lowest population density in the world.The safest country to live with a population of 37 million and a life expectancy of 81 years at birth.

Students can pleasantly combine an enriching academic life with diverse and entertaining leisure activities in Canada. Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa and Quebec cover for the largest foreign-student population and they all provide a vibrant and lively atmosphere.
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United Kingdom

The United Kingdom (UK) is made up of England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales. Each country has distinct regions, each offering large cosmopolitan cities, towns, and countryside villages. The UK has a rich diversity of cultures, languages, and faiths.

UK courses are generally shorter than other countries, helping to reduce overall tuition fees and accommodation costs. You can reach most areas of Europe from the UK within a few hours by train or direct flight. If you are studying in London or Manchester and you want a weekend away in Italy, you can fly direct to Rome, Milan, Pisa, Genoa, Venice or several other cities in Italy.


Singapore is also known as a Garden City. In fact, the island has the second-highest density of greenery in the world, according to Treepedia, which measures tree cover in cities.Singapore’s lifestyle is multicultural with many ethnic communities maintaining their unique way of life. It has been ranked first in Asia and eighth globally in Mercer’s personal safely ranking.

Singapore’s increasing popularity as a business & education hub has attracted a lot of foreign universities of repute to set up their campuses here. It is quite easy and comfortable to get around in Singapore. International students can quickly adjust here because 75% of the country’s population can speak English. Here, you will get the opportunity of meeting students from all over the world. People from more than 30 countries come to study at the top universities of Singapore.
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United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates consists of seven independent city-states: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Umm al-Qaiwain, Fujairah, Ajman and Ra’s al-Khaimah. Four-fifths of the UAE is desert but has contrasting landscapes—from the towering red dunes of the Liwa to the rich palm-filled oases of Al Ain. It is young, dynamic, and exciting – known for its incredible diversity, political stability, safety, and religious tolerance.

A nightlife to rival London and New York, and absolutely zero income tax, the Gulf nation has plenty to offer. The higher education system is governed by the Ministry of Higher Education, which is responsible for the admission of students, as well as accrediting degree programmes. You will find 3 of the UAE’s universities in the 2019 QS World University Rankings top 500.

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has so much natural beauty packed into a tiny 66,000 square kilometre whole. You could literally go from bathing in an icy waterfall to surfing on a sunny, dry beach in the span of a couple of hours. Sri Lanka is living a post-war, post-colonial era, the culture is rich, complex and full of nuance. Four religions sharing a country, each with their own stories and realities, makes for an interesting day-to-day experience. At present Sri Lanka is near the top level of the Human Development Index having also fulfilled all the Millennium Development Goals well before time.

It is one of the fastest growing economies in the developing world. Recent years have seen phenomenal infrastructure development including in telecommunication and IT. The government plans to be an international hub of excellence for higher education by 2020 with a current literacy rate of 92%. Public higher education institutions in Sri Lanka charge little to no tuition, but entry to some programs and degrees is highly competitive.
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Germany has borders with France, Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria and Switzerland – phew! That’s the largest number of borders of any country in the European Union. It means you can jump on a bus or train and before you know it, you are munching on a fresh baguette in Paris or quaffing down goulash and pilsner in Prague. Germany has over 80 million citizens – nearly three times as many as Canada.

You will find many worldwide ranked universities, countless courses to choose among, globally valued degrees that promise a high employability to you and affordable living costs. According to the latest official statistics, there are over 357,000 foreign students seeking a university degree in Germany whereas the number is steadily increasing.


The Dutch are open-minded and quite direct, making it easy to make contact with Dutch people and exchange ideas. Netherlands is a picturesque country with greenery everywhere and cycling lanes with great nightlife. The bike lanes make it so much safer and easier to cycle to places – unlike places like London. Here you get out by either cycling or walking to work, or to the shops. Even for no reason at all, other than just enjoyment.a very picturesque country.

There are 122,000 international students from 164 different countries are currently enrolled in institutions of higher learning throughout the Netherlands. The tuition fee in the Netherlands amounts to about € 2.000 – for students from the EU and less than € 7.000 for non-EU students (excluding feeding and accommodation costs). The international students who study in the Netherlands come from 190 different countries.
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New Zealand

New Zealand’s population is just over four million, making it one of the world’s least populated countries. Of all the population in the country, only 5% is human. The rest are animals, making it the highest animal to humans ratio in the world. The clearest lake in the world is Nelson’s Blue Lake, with a visibility of up to 80 meters deep. For such a small looking country, New Zealand has the 9th longest coastline in the world.According to Global Peace Index 2017, New Zealand is the second safest peaceful and safe country out of 163 countries in the world.

As an international student in New Zealand, you can work for up to 20 hours every week during your semester and full-time during breaks. All your travel goals can be fulfilled here since New Zealand acts as a gateway to other destinations throughout the entire Pacific region as well as a jumping off point to the nearby Asian continent. And because of its proximity to its Pacific and Asian counterparts, there is an abundance of cultural diversity present within this little island nation.

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